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Huntington, WV 304-519-4354
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Columbus, OH 614-360-2942
Huntington, WV 304-519-4354
New Albany, OH

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If you have been charged with or are under investigation for a serious sex crime, including rape or gross sexual imposition, don’t talk with the police until you retain an experienced lawyer! The police will employ every possible strategy to get you to confess to a crime – that’s always their objective. They may continually put admission documents in front of you or may engage in the good cop/bad cop routine to make you believe you have a friend. Before you do or say anything, you want an experienced and aggressive attorney by your side.

When you hire the law offices of Amy M. Levine & Associates to defend you against a rape or serious sex crime charge, you won’t have to worry about whether we will take an aggressive stand. We have built a strong reputation in central Ohio and western West Virginia for tenacious criminal defense, using all our skills, experience and resources to protect your constitutional rights. We will doggedly protect your interests in any plea negotiations and are never afraid to take your case to court to safeguard your interests.

To set up a free initial consultation, contact our office or call us at 614-360-2942 in Columbus or 304-519-4354 in Huntington.

Columbus Sex Crimes Defense Lawyers

We work closely with people who are under investigation for or have been charged with any type of serious sex crime, including:

  • Gross sexual imposition
  • Statutory rape
  • Rape

It is important that you understand that these charges do not require vaginal intercourse. Any type of sexual act can be the basis for an investigation or charge.

If you have been contacted by a detective or any law enforcement officer, you may have been given an “appointment card,” asking you to come to meet with the officer at a specific time and date. Immediately upon receiving this card, you should call our offices. You may fear that if you don’t go to the meeting, you are incriminating yourself. The reality is that you don’t have to attend any meeting with law enforcement officers unless ordered to do so by a court of law. Let us help you decide the best course of action.

Contact The Law Offices Of Amy M. Levine & Associates

We offer a free initial consultation to all clients. Contact us online or call us at 614-360-2942 in Columbus or 304-519-4354 in Huntington for an appointment. Payment plans can be arranged.

Title Prac Crim

Amy M. Levine
View Profile

Our Latest Blog Posts

How probate works in Ohio

The death of a loved one brings challenging times and significant responsibilities for the family members left behind. If you have recently lost someone, you may have numerous questions about the probate process and what to expect. The details below may help you...

Tips for raising a child with a former spouse

In most cases, Ohio law will allow both parents to have relationships with their children after a divorce. Therefore, it's likely that you will interact with your former partner on a regular basis even after dissolving your marriage to that person. Fortunately, there...

What happens right after filing for personal bankruptcy?

Many people who are considering filing for bankruptcy in Ohio have read about what bankruptcy can do for them in the long term. After completing the whole bankruptcy process, most of your debts will probably be wiped clean, and you can then start the process of...

How plaintiffs reduce the value of their injury claims

Many Ohio residents think their accident injury claims are automatically approved when they have no fault in causing the incident. That is often flawed thinking when the insurance company does not accept them. Many claimants attempt to embellish their claims regarding...

Ruling limits when police can conduct searches without a warrant

When a person is subject to a police investigation in Ohio and the officers want to conduct a search, it can be difficult to know if they need a warrant. In recent years, these types of incidents have been a subject for debate. Understanding the limits under which...

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